Woodinville isn’t just wine country—it’s home to some top-notch breweries as well! While Woodinville is definitely paradise for wine enthusiasts (there are over 100 wineries to explore!), if beer is your drink of choice, then a Woodinville brewery tour is in order!

Here are 9 breweries not to miss out on, plus tips for visiting each one!

20 Corners Brewing: Beer Inspired by an Outdoor Lifestyle

The brewers at 20 Corners believe that in addition to the local tavern, beer should be consumed on fishing and backpacking adventures. They’re also dedicated to supporting the environment, and they work to make sure their brewing process is as sustainable as possible.

Tip: You can order pizza, salads, and other eats here.

Beardslee Public House: Beer-Infused Food

Yep, you read that right—not only does Beardslee Public House offer several original beers, but some of their high-quality cuisine features beer too! Ale-battered Walla Walla onion rings, hand-tossed pizzas with malted grains, IPA hummus, and more are all on the menu.

Tip: Take advantage of happy hour food and beer Monday – Friday from 3-6pm, and Saturday – Sunday from 2-5pm.

Des Voigne Cellars & Brewing: Washington’s First Brewery/Winery

Des Voigne is the *perfect* stop for groups with wine and beer lovers in the mix! Stop by the tasting room to try selections of both wine and beer.

Tip: They have a wine club and a mug club that offer some great discounts.

Dirty Bucket Brewing Company: A Nanobrewery

This kid- and dog-friendly brewery is always releasing something new and innovative—take a peek at Dirty Bucket’s tap list here. Their small brewery runs on a half barrel system, and they like to stick to their “home brewing” origins as much as possible!

Tip: Joint the Dirty Mug Club for free beer, discounts, exclusive events, and more.

Triplehorn Brewing Co.: Open 365 Days Each Year

This pet-friendly brewery is a great place to hang out at—seating for over 100 people, TVs to catch the game, and different food trucks all make for a lively atmosphere. See what’s on tap before you head in!

Tip: Pick up a growler for later!

Fish Brewing Company: Beer, Cider, & Food

This award-winning company is home to 3 very different brands—Fish Tale Ales, Spire Mountain Cider, and Leavenworth Biers. Started in 1993, Fish Brewing Company now offers 25 different beers and they sell in several states! Stop by the Fish Brewing Taproom to sample a little bit of all 3 brands.

Tip: Check out their Special Release Calendar so you don’t miss out on new and unique brews!

Redhook Brewery Woodinville

Even though it started in Ballard and Fremont, Redhook has an incredible brewery in the heart of Woodinville that has been a cornerstone of the craft brewery wave. Their brew pub offers 24 taps with Redhook beers, and some of these small batches are only available in the brewery.

Tip: The pub has a huge menu packed with delicious food! You’ll definitely want to swing by for lunch or dinner.

Sumerian Brewing Co.: “The Origin of Beer”

“Sumerian’s were the first brewers in history, dating back over 6,000 years ago,” Sumerian Brewing Co.’s website explains. Take a look at what’s on tap, and be sure to try the “pub only” brews when you’re in next!

Tip: Don’t miss out on their events, like the Sumerian Cinco de Mayo Party!

Collective on Tap: Beer, Cocktails, & More

While Collective on Tap doesn’t actually brew their own beer, they’re dedicated to bringing their customers a huge selection of beers to enjoy all in one place. In addition to beer, you can also enjoy an eclectic menu, cocktails, and wine.

Tip: Stop by during happy hour for $7 cocktails and some amazingly cheap eats!